Re: Silly little Kodak History question.

From: Bob Maxey ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/14/05-02:17:27 PM Z
Message-id: <BAY5-DAV133CB34283240FE5AC45C4E6D10@phx.gbl>

>>>If you shot your Kodachrome 25 with good optics, project them on a LARGE
white wall using a decent projector lens, and walk up to the wall you will
see detail and separation that you never see in reproduction. It is an
amazing film.>>>

Absolutely true.

Whenever Kodak introduced a new film, I/we would always project the slides. I would shoot a few rolls in stereo and the film's "faults" would be immediately apparent. Grain and sharpness simply cannot hide when viewed in stereo.

That is how I can confidently state for a fact that Kodachrome 25 is better than K-64; that Kodachrome is better than Ektachrome.

Bob is correct, projection always tells the tale. After all, slides are designed for projection, not printing.

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